Meet & Greet


Who We Are:


After staying in one place too long, Rhonnie Bonner is officially growing moss on her. Not actually the organic desire to mislocate her perceived identity for something more circular and unpinnable and undefinable and self-describeable through the use of travel and experimental lifestyle. People shouldn’t sit anywhere too long in one lifetime. Or she experiencing an existential crisis?




Cameron Crow is currently undergoing multiple existential crises at once. Please respect his space during this time. Thank you.



Kaeley DeLuca is a witchy, ghost enthusiast with a love for the things that go bump in the night. Stocked with a cocktail of personalities, she always does her best to keep things interesting. Her first language is English, second is sarcasm, and third is old vine references. But no, no VSCO here so sksksksks away please. She hopes one day to own a tiny chameleon named Gilbert.



Allie Eady is a masochistic young thinker that prefers to live in her own thoughts. Her circle of friends include a feline by the name of The Gray Catsby and her mother’s subscription to Netflix where she employs ​The Office and Parks and Rec​ as methods of daily escapism. If stranded on a deserted island, she would choose to bring her cat, an endless supply of box wine, and a copy of Edgar Allan Poe’s anthology.




Leah Goggins is very short, and there is a good chance that you will notice that upon meeting her for the first time. Goggins compulsively writes in AP Style even when the situation does not call for it and sometimes cries when asked to edit down pieces at the paper where she is the assistant culture editor. She has read Carrie Brownstein’s memoir more times than she has read any part of the Bible. Please do not tell her mother.



Jeffrey Kelly is a pleasantly scented human dumpster fire compiled of obscure pop culture references, poetry books, and unfinished manuscripts. In his spare time, he enjoys questioning his existence and examining the artistic implications for his constant existential crises. Jeffrey one day hopes to be the literary equivalent to Beyonce, but he’s, also, delusional.




Jack Kenny is from San Antonio, Texas. He loves to travel and try new foods. He enjoys reading science fiction, fantasy, and nonfiction. He plans on becoming an author



Allison Ortmann is a lover of all things with words, and hopes to one day have her name in the acknowledgements of the next great American novel. The first ears to hear any and all pieces of her writing is her fish, Bubba, and she will ALWAYS stop to pet a dog, even if that occasionally means being left behind by her friends and family.



Hannah Parker is a huge lover of all things Chick-fil-A or pug-related. She’s a strong advocate for world peace and enjoys long walks on the beach. Special talents include 8 minute naps, the uncanny ability to literally always have a song stuck in her head, and making toast.



Amanda Rogers is an extroverted invert who much prefers reading over just about anything else but is forced to socialize because her friends get bored too easily. When she isn’t working, going to class, doing homework, planning or hosting a CW function, or gossiping with her best friends she’s likely to be in a coma because she does not sleep on a regular basis. At all. She is currently binge watching NCIS because her mother Will. Not. Stop. dropping spoilers and is using it as an excuse to procrastinate at any opportunity.



Alexa Rosenberg consumes just as many at-home baked goods as she does books. Although she is from the Sunshine State, Alexa is more comfortable in rainy weather, curled up with her cat and a sinfully soft blanket. She one day dreams of finding a way to get paid to bake food and write books for a living and not get judged for the amount of puns she uses on a daily basis. 



Julia Service is a Michigander with a strong belief that Midwestern accents don’t exist, regardless of the numerous people who make fun of the way she says “hockey.” When she’s not defending how she talks, she enjoys eating buffalo chicken dip and binge-watching America’s Next Top Model.



Who We Are Not:

  • Ishmael
  • Spooky scary skeletons
  • Successful cult leaders… yet.
  • Beyoncé in the Lion King
  • Website designers
  • Evil lizard-people with a hunger for human flesh
  • The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Ronnie
  • Spicy soy sauce, we’re just a little salty
  • Hobbits having second breakfast
  • The French-Canadian children’s television show, “Telefrançais.”